models. >> you'll both be high school seniors this fall. we all know those four years can be very challenging emotionally and physically. how have you each been personally affected, i guess carina was sharing a little of her story there, but emma, let me hear from you why you look at these images that have been in the media, how do they affect you? >> well, i used to read "teen vogue" when i was in, like, fifth grade, and i just remember flipping through those pages and thinking to myself, wow, i wish i had her legs, i wish i had her waist, and never thinking, wow, she kind of looks like me, like i feel really good about myself. and then switch to lunchtime, where me and my friends, it would be a group of girls sitting around a table and no lunches on the table, no food at all, because we just didn't eat lunch because we were so affected by these images in the media. >> yeah, because carina, i mean, that's what you think you're supposed to look like, right? if that's all you see. >> mm-hmm.